The biggest steak chains in the U.S.

These are the largest steak-centric restaurant companies in the U.S., according to the Technomic Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report.

Top 100 Independents

The Boathouse

A Disney favorite since opening in 2015, The Boathouse is managed by Gibsons Restaurant Group.

The New York Times called it "one of Manhattan's lovelist spaces."

Good value and the ability to accommodate large groups are draws at this Times Square eatery.

A second Maple & Ash is up and running in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Consumers are clearly interested in more veggies at the center of the plate—but that doesn’t mean meat is losing favor. So what’s resonating with meat eaters?

Its famous 26-ounce mutton chop is seared in a 1,000-degree broiler before being moved to a 500-degree oven for finishing.

The historic Dutch Renaissance Revival-style building that houses Harry Caray's was built in 1895.

A stylish steakhouse from the owners of Chicago hot spots Bull & Bear, Siena Tavern and Public House.

In the Year of the Steakhouse, BOA added larger steaks—tomahawk cuts and porterhouse—to its menu.

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